Masa Israel is home to the widest variety of mid-and-long term international experiences in Israel for young Jewish adults (18-30). We will help you find the right intern, study abroad, volunteer, or gap program for you.
Masa’s immersive Israel experiences, among the best in the international experience space, empower participants to develop as individuals, while also developing a robust global professional network that includes Israelis and Jews from around the world. Since its founding in 2004 by the Prime Minister’s Office of the Government of Israel, together with The Jewish Agency for Israel, over 110,000 young Jews from more than 60 countries have participated in Masa Israel Programs.
Are you ready for the Journey?
Spending 5 to 12 months interning, volunteering or studying abroad is a big commitment. Before you select your program and apply for a Masa Israel grant, it's important that you learn as much as you can about where you’re going and what to expect before you go and after you return. Read more
As a Masa Israel participant you will have access to unique educational experiences, professional development opportunities, exclusive events, and more. These seminars, concerts, elite tracks, and other extracurricular activities add another dimension to your immersive experience and allow you to develop yourself and your global network with Masa participants from all over the world. Read more
Being a part of the Masa family does not end with the completion of your program. Whether you return to your home community or decide to stay in Israel, you will have access to development and professional opportunities especially for Masa Alumni. Connect with other young Jewish adults in your local community who have also had a long-term experience in Israel and want to stay connected to their friends and their experience. Read more
To help you prepare for your journey, Masa Israel has created Israel 101. This guide is filled with information about local resources that will acquaint you with Israel, the land, and its people. Read more